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Why don't Women Understand
by Masood Lohar

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Why donít women understand
Men follow the Adamís trend
In the allays of paradise, they meet
And part at the hellís Wall Street

Women point at the menís guilty consciences
Men claim they are perfecting by experiences
ďEach new partner adds perfection to loveĒ, they say
ďFor women we take this trouble preyĒ

Women want a long exclusive love
Men try some quick abrupt move
Women look for the roseís bloom
But men just care about its perfume

The words women think are everything
But men just care about their meaning
Till the Day of Judgment theyíll fight
When God will tell them whoís right

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Reviewed by Amira van Kerk 9/29/2005
That was very interesting. Gave me some more insight on the difference between men and women.
But: Are you sure that it is only women who go for the long, lasting, exclusive love?
Enjoyed reading this.
Reviewed by ~Indigo~ Elga 8/6/2005
Dear Masood,

A most interesting concept, your enquiring mind has crafted an excellent thought provoking poem intricately penned Masood. A question I have however: had it not been for a woman initially admiring a rose's beautiful bloom, would man ever have been intrigued, or stopped to savour its perfume? In savouring its perfume, does man not look closer, and begin to admire the beauty of the bloom? Just an observation :-) Thanks for sharing.

warm hugs
Reviewed by Cles Wilson 7/11/2005
Excellent Writing. You have the gift of a true poet!
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 4/8/2005
Masood, the title of this poem attracted me. Naturally being a woman, I am curious. lol
Interesting thoughts here. I especially enjoyed the lines

Women want a long exclusive love
Men try some quick abrupt move
Women look for the roseís bloom
But men just care about its perfume

You really are a great poet.
Reviewed by Tracey L. O' Very (Reader) 12/30/2004
This is wonderful and so true. You really hit the nail on the head here and so beautifully written too. I never thought about the Day of Judgement when God will tell who's right. I like that alot. But I know most 94% of the time I am right. - LOL - I think.
Thank you for this : )ing & wonderful poem.
Many Blessings for you and your family
Reviewed by Lisa Young (Reader) 7/30/2003
I agree wiyh Peggy about the last 2 lines but also thing we'll find that neither of us is right. I really liked "Women look for the roseís bloom But men just care about its perfume" So beautifully put and true! Lisa

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